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Old 11-11-2010, 09:40 AM   #1
Join Date: Aug 2007
Location: West Lafayette, IN
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Car: '85 IrocZ
Engine: LS1
Transmission: 4L60E
Axle/Gears: 3.73

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Extreme Automatics

Just wanted to write a quick review for Extreme Automatics from Mulberry Indiana. My 700r4 took a dump, so i figured I'd have it rebuilt, and thankfully they were nearby. I spoke with Lonnie the entire time and he was very, very professional. He also did the work on time and for a good price. He told me what was ultimately wrong with the trans, and cleaned it up really nice for me as well. You might know this company from the grand national world, as they are famous for heavy duty rebuilds of 2004r as you can see here:

I would recommend Lonnie and Extreme Automatics to anyone who is nearby because of a professional attitude and superb work!

1985 IrocZ - LS1 4L60E swapped, 3.73 torsen, C5 front brakes, weight jacks and rotojoints, 302rwhp.
1992 GMC Typhoon - Recalibrated, 20psi factory turbo, Exhaust, 340awhp.
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